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aashima
aashima • Jan 12, 2009

Do you Vote?

I was surfing internet yesterday when I came across the popular site, JaagoRe. Well I really think the guys have done and are doing a great job. They make the process of voter registration all the way easy for you just to make sure that more and more people participate in the voting process.
Asking just out of curiosity, how many CEans vote?
I WAS supposed to vote for the recent general elections last year in Malaysia, but I forgot to register in time.. 😔

Have to wait 4-5 more years now *sigh* I wish the candidates have some sort of engineering backgrounds. At least they'll have some common sense in them.
yes i do vote in whatever elections taking place,i find voting really fun but i vote after studying the candidate unfortunately my candidate never wins,anyhow i never let my vote go waste!!!
raj87verma88
raj87verma88 • Jan 12, 2009
I still have the ink mark on my index finger and it has been more than a month.
silverscorpion
silverscorpion • Jan 12, 2009
Unfortunately, I didnt get my voter ID in time, so I cant vote in the recent elections. I've to wait for the next. But I'm sure i'll vote then. I wont waste my right.
aashima
aashima • Jan 12, 2009
silverscorpion
Unfortunately, I didnt get my voter ID in time, so I cant vote in the recent elections. I've to wait for the next. But I'm sure i'll vote then. I wont waste my right.
Thats what the site says. Its a myth that Voter ID card is essential to vote!! Even I didn't know that.
raj87verma88
raj87verma88 • Jan 12, 2009
Yes, if your name is on the Voter's List provided by the local office of EC then you can cast your vote. If you don't have a Voter ID then you can use your passport, driving license, ration card, etc to cast vote and apply for a Voter ID.
More importantly your name should be figured in voters list,during the elctions you can contact any local politians office and get enrolled or else periodic survey are carried out to enter/remove voters name,its enough to cast your vote!!!

PS: I once tried multiple voting,but the local police were to strict
silverscorpion
silverscorpion • Jan 13, 2009
wow, I didnt know that. Voting without voter ID, I couldn't think of it. So I've wasted my first opportunity.. pity..😔
Dont worry lok-sabha elections are nearby....just ensure your name is enrolled
charumathi
charumathi • Jan 13, 2009
i havent voted even once...because im kid..but i got voter Id....
thats nice,I have 5nos voter id card how i got it dont ask!!!

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